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Old 11-19-16, 07:21 PM
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Kaze6
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I'm with Maddog on this.

If it were bearings, the noise would "move around" rather than happening at the same place in the stroke.

If it were the frame or crankset, it wouldn't happen with no power being put into the crank.

Check the trash guard and bearing RACES for signs of rubbing.
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